Young men and women listen to nasheeds to such an extent that they take up a great deal of their time and listening to them takes precedence over recordings of the Holy Qur’aan, the Prophet’s Sunnah, lectures and useful academic lessons.
We should not make worldly benefits the be-all and end-all, because that will lead to a weakening of sincerity and failure to seek the Hereafter.
Shaykh Saalih ibn al-Fawzaan (hafidhahullah) and Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) explains as to what is special about fasting that Allaah has singled it out from other acts of worship by his statement “Fasting is for Me and I shall reward for it”?
Weak Hadeeth – Beginning of Ramadan is Mercy, its Middle is Forgiveness and its End is freedom from the Fire
The alleged hadeeth “The first part of the month of Ramadaan is mercy, the middle of it is forgiveness and the end of it is freedom from the Fire” is a well known, albeit a very weak narration.
Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzan (hafidhahullaah) clearly explains as to where one should devote his time towards in Ramadan and as to why Ramadan is not the month for sleeping during the day, for spending all the time in the marketplaces and abandoning the masaajid, for begging etc.